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These "Saturday Night Live" Stars Won't Be Returning For Season 48

PopSugar Logo By Sabienna Bowman of PopSugar | Slide 2 of 5: Davidson joined "SNL" in 2014 and quickly became one of the show's most well-known stars both on screen and off. The actor created a number of unforgettable characters for "SNL" over the years, but he'll most likely be best remembered for playing the ultra-chill Chad in multiple sketches. Additionally, Davidson specialized in creating catchy (and hilarious) rap songs like "Staten Island" and "Three Sad Virgins."  The actor signed off of "SNL" with one final appearance on "Weekend Update" where he thanked cocreator Lorne Michaels for taking a chance on him. "Thank you to Lorne for never giving up on me or judging me, even when everyone else was," Davidson said. "And for believing in me and allowing me to have a place that, like, I could call home with memories that will last a lifetime." Next up, Davidson is set to star in horror movies "Bodies, Bodies, Bodies" and "The Home." He's also starring in and executive producing the semi-autobiographical comedy series "Bupkis" for Peacock.

Pete Davidson

Davidson joined "SNL" in 2014 and quickly became one of the show's most well-known stars both on screen and off. The actor created a number of unforgettable characters for "SNL" over the years, but he'll most likely be best remembered for playing the ultra-chill Chad in multiple sketches. Additionally, Davidson specialized in creating catchy (and hilarious) rap songs like "Staten Island" and "Three Sad Virgins."

The actor signed off of "SNL" with one final appearance on "Weekend Update" where he thanked cocreator Lorne Michaels for taking a chance on him. "Thank you to Lorne for never giving up on me or judging me, even when everyone else was," Davidson said. "And for believing in me and allowing me to have a place that, like, I could call home with memories that will last a lifetime."

Next up, Davidson is set to star in horror movies "Bodies, Bodies, Bodies" and "The Home." He's also starring in and executive producing the semi-autobiographical comedy series "Bupkis" for Peacock.

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